2017 St. Louis Cardinals Top Prospects Voting

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  • #36492

    desmetlax12
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    56. Morales
    57. McKinney
    58. Nielsen
    59. D. Gonzalez
    60. Summerville

    #36493

    SoonerinNC
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    56 Shane Billings – Has not shown power but speedy center fielder who hits well.
    57 Derian Gonzalez – Will probably be the most underrated player in this process
    58 Ramon Santos – Dominant in starts during August. 2 earned runs in last 6 starts.
    59 Trey Nielson – Strong AAA performance. Health a question
    60 Andrew Morales – Solid performance in relief. Should get better

    #36496

    vegasjim
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    56. Ortega
    57. Nicacio
    58. Lopez
    59. Gonzalez
    60. Bandes

    #36503
    BlackHillsCard
    BlackHillsCard
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    Hey Vegas, Luis Bandes isn’t available anymore. He landed at #54

    #36517

    Wiley
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    Wow, Chris Ellis (25) and Trey Neilson (26) both demoted from Memphis to Springfield getting love as legitimate prospects. Ellis has never been that good or had any command. Neilson took his ball and headed home on a temporary leave and never came back. My guess is that he leaves as a minor league free agent.

    Anyway, my picks are:
    56. Kruczynski
    57. Ivan Herrera
    58. Freddy De Jesus
    59. Andrew Summerville
    60. Austin Warner

    #36527

    PadsFS
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    Ellis can re-invent himself next year as a reliever, going with just his fastball and slider. I don’t really know why they kept him as a starter most of the year anyway. It was pretty clear to me that he wasn’t going to make it after his Memphis stint.

    I forgot about Arturo Reyes, but he actually pitched worse as a reliever this year. I don’t know that I’ve seen that before, especially from a guy that should be pretty good in relief.

    #36530

    Cards1776
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    56. Joshua Lopez (A catcher who is also a consistent hitter with a .773 OPS)
    57. Nogowski (At Springfield in 61 games, he managed a .295 BA with 21 RBI’s and a .760 OPS. He is a pretty good contact guy that maybe the organization feels could become a big bat with development. He was chosen as AFL taxi player candidate, which says to me that the organization must see something there. He’s played outfield so far at AFL..so maybe they see some potential as an outfielder.)
    58. Evan Kruczynski
    59. In McKinney
    60. Arthuro Reyes

    #36534

    vegasjim
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    My bad replace Bandes at #60 for me with Morales.

    #36561
    BlackHillsCard
    BlackHillsCard
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    Reyes did have a bad stretch after his months long injury but he’s been solid in the AFL this fall. He was also pitching well before the injury.

    #36597

    PadsFS
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    I’m going to close it for #56-60.

    #56 – Andrew Morales
    #57 – Evan Kruczynski
    #58 – Derian Gonzalez
    #59 – Ian McKinney
    #60 – Didn’t have enough votes I don’t think, just 9 for Nicacio and Ortega with two votes each.

    Is everyone ok with carrying #60 over into the next round?

    #36619

    Wiley
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    I’m fine with it Pads.

    60. Ivan Herrera
    61. Freddy Dejesus
    62. Austin Warner
    63. Andrew Summerville
    64. Josh Lopez
    65. Daniel Castano

    #36620
    BlackHillsCard
    BlackHillsCard
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    Pads can you share your entire vote total? My talley isn’t matching yours…

    Kruczynski – 20
    Morales – 17
    Gonzalez – 14
    McKinney – 14
    Lopez – 11
    Nicasio – 9
    Ortega – 9
    Reyes – 7
    Billings – 6
    Castano – 6
    Summerville – 6
    Godoy – 5
    Nielsen – 5
    Santos – 4
    Herrera – 4
    Nogowski – 4
    DeJesus – 3
    Jenner – 3
    Guillory – 2
    Warner – 1

    #36642

    PadsFS
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    Good catch BHC. I missed Cards1776 votes. With that, I’ll change the vote some:

    #56 – Evan Kruczynski
    #57 – Andrew Morales
    #58 – Derian Gonzalez
    #59 – Ian McKinney

    Looks like Kruczynski and Morales switching was the only change.

    #36643

    PadsFS
    Participant

    Also, I was under the impression that VegasJim and CC were voting for Caleb Lopez, not Joshua Lopez. If all the Lopez votes are for Josh, then he can be our 60th prospect with his 11 votes.

    #36660

    CariocaCardinal
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    My vote was for Joshua Lopez. Caleb’s last name is Lopes not Lopez.

    #36667

    PadsFS
    Participant

    Okay, then we will make Joshua Lopez the #60 prospect.

    Wiley – Do you want to just shift your votes down and remove Lopez from spot #64?

    #36675

    vegasjim
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    61. Ortega
    62. Nicacio
    63. Herrera
    64. Soto c GCL
    65. Godoy

    #36676

    SoonerinNC
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    61. Santos
    62. Castano
    63. Leandro Castillo
    64. Nielson
    65. Billings

    #36713

    CariocaCardinal
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    Ortega
    Ar Reyes
    Billups
    Drake
    Nielsen

    #36715

    Wiley
    Participant

    Sooner, I think you mean Leandro Cedeno.

    CC, I think you mean Shane Billings.

    We don’t want to confuse Pads…..wink…wink

    #36716

    Wiley
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    61. Ivan Herrera
    62. Freddy De Jesus
    63. Austin Warner
    64. Andrew Summerville
    65. Daniel Castano

    #36717

    CariocaCardinal
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    Thanks, yes that woukd be Billings, not Chauncy Billups!

    #36720

    14NyquisT
    Participant

    #61 Castano

    #62 Summerville

    #63 Guillory

    #64 Santos

    #65 Nogowski

    #36726

    14NyquisT
    Participant

    I still have 6 guys that fit into the 51-60 range. So far, of the 60 prospects already selected there are 8 that didn’t come up on my radar screen for top-60 and 7 for my top-70.

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by  14NyquisT.
    #36728

    PadsFS
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    I’m curious if Castano has added any velocity to his fastball. He was high-80s/low-90s when he got draft last year. Summerville has a similar repertoire only with a good curveball.

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